Econo Lodge Bay Breeze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... carts and walked, and my knee started to play up as usual, after about 15 holes. Poor Don won and we each duly paid him his $2 winnings, then Bob stuck him for the $74 bar bill. A tough school! Then we met the girls at the Trident bar and had more beer that wasn't needed. Joellen left to go home early yesterday, to mind her horses. They brought two cars and Dwayne stayed on and leaves ...
... was fabulous, and we enjoyed everything .............cuttlefish, jellyfish, big ones like sharks and sunfish, and puffins and penquins, and sea otters swimming on their backs. We put our hands in the touch pools and the staff were excellent and enthusiastic at telling us everything and it was all excellent in the extreme. It's the Farewell Dinner tonight, so we have to get organised for ...
... of a busy city, traffic. I dawdle along with everyone else until I reach my exit. I find my way to the hostel, check-in and then park my car at a nearby garage. The evening ends with me wandering downtown San Francisco, near Union Square, looking for a quite bite. I find myself at a busy Japanese restaurant, whereby I order a favourite, veggie udon noodle soup. It hits the spot and I head back to the hostel, eager for my first full day of exploring San Francisco.
... carpet looked worn". "My bed faced the bathroom and was so aesthetically unpleasing that I left immediately and went to stay with a friend" (that was a real one). "I paid three groats to sleep in a bed and there was no valet service. I shall use the Hilton next time" (there are ones like this). There are, of course, positive reviews that praise the hotels far more than they can ever deserve but these can be dismissed as we all suspect the hotel owner has written ...
... side cameras installed to help me know where I am in relation to other vehicles, trees, rocks, people and such. I've learned to trust what I see in the cameras and that makes backing up and changing lanes so much easier.
Have not had time to plan my route yet but know that my first three stops will be in Santa Rosa, Paradise, and Reno (but not necessarily in that order) to visit friends and family.